The first in offshore wind

WIND was one of the first jack-ups in offshore wind, and the first one dedicated to O&M. ZITON has owned the vessel since 2007, and she has an impressive track record of more than 560 interventions. She offers a low carbon-footprint and is well-suited for smaller turbines. WIND is equipped with a 30 tonnes crane and capable of working in water depths of up to 35 meters. 

General information
Dimensions Length, overall: 55.1 m - Width, overall: 18.1 m - Hull 4.0 m
Pre-drive capacity 600 t/leg
Elevating speed 0.7 m/min
Transit speed Approx. 6 kn
Accommodation 20 single cabins for charterer and 11 single cabins for crew
Cargo capacity
Payload 220 t
Main deck area Approx. 430 m²
Main crane
Type Liebherr BOS 11200
Boom length 28.0 - 110.0 m (telescopic) m
Lifting capacity 30 t at 30 m radius at 100 m height above deck
Operating conditions
Service Unrestricted (as per DNV rules)
Endurance 30 days
Jacking operations Wave: 0.8 m - Wind: 10.0 m/s - Tidal: 1.0 kn - Depth: 35.0 m